LOCUST GROVE, Ga. -- A Luella Elementary School teacher has been named the Georgia Association for Gifted Children's 2014 Gifted Teacher of the Year.
Dr. Cathy Schreiber has taught gifted children for 17 years, and has written or co-authored numerous articles about teaching and reaching such students. She has also presented at more than 20 conferences and workshops.
"Cathy is reliable, dedicated, caring and knows how to keep others upbeat no matter how serious or intense tasks may become on the job," Luella Elementary principal Dr. Carla Montgomery said. "She exemplifies the exceptional qualities that I look for in a teacher."
As this year's Gifted Teacher of the Year, Schreiber received a plaque and a letter of recognition. She was also invited to attend a summer conference on enrichment teaching at the University of Connecticut in July, and was given complimentary registration to the 2014 Georgia Association for Gifted Children Convention.